Kenya's Jason Mbote won the men's half-marathon at the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow on Sunday in a time of 63 minutes and three seconds.
Hiroko Miyauchi of Japan won the women's race in 73:13.
A record entry of 19,326, up 28% on last year's previous record, turned up for the various events, which included a 10k and junior races.
Britain's greatest paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson won the women's wheelchair half-marathon in 66:33.
Mbote finished under half-a-minute ahead of his compatriot Takanobu Otsubo in the men's half-marathon - Otsubo clocking 63:27 with Australia's Andrew Letherby third in 63:31.
Glen Stewart was the first Scot to finish - in 12th position - in 68:43.
Japan were similarly dominant in the women's half-marathon, with Fumi Murata second behind Miyauchi in 73:18.
Irina Permitina of Russia finished third in 73.20. Lyn Wilson was the first Scot in 45th in a time of 78:00.
Kenny Herriot won the men's wheelchair event in 52:10.
In the 10k results, Stuart Gibson of the Shettleston Harriers won the men's event in 32:24. Adam Lee was second in 33:04, with David Phee third in 33:17.
Collette Fagan from the City of Glasgow club took the honours in the women's 10k in 34:19. Julia Stamps was second in 36:28, while Lyndsay MacNeill finished third in 36:52.
Conor McNulty of St Ninians High was the winner of the boy's junior race in 8:52. Natalie Sharp from Hutcheson Grammar won the girl's event in 10:29.